Thomas guides Celtics with 41 points along Pistons
Isaiah Thomas was a Monday night (local time) once again the luminary at the Boston Celtics. The American made 41 points, including 24 in the fourth quarter, and guided his team past Detroit Pistons: 113-109.
The points of Thomas were desperately needed, because the Pistons in the final stage of the duel in the NBA is strong, they came back. The Celtics could rely on the 1.75-meter-long Thomas, this season good for an average of 29 points per game.
He had an answer to each score of the Pistons, and made 22 of the last 25 points for the team from Boston, which is the second position in the Eastern Conference.
The leader of that conference and also reigning champion Cleveland Cavaliers suffered a defeat. At the Dallas Mavericks was the team star player LeBron James with 104-97 decline.
Harrison Barnes was the luminary for the Mavericks with 24 points and 11 rebounds. James scored 23 points for the Cavaliers.